I had hoped to be able to post an announcement today about a new version of the Addressbook plugin, but unfortunately it’s not quite ready. I’ve done a bit of fiddling (this will only add 0.0.1 to the version after all), and have just a little more to do. Then I will get on with […]
Right. There we go. What was I saying? Yes, Addressbook Plugin… Desiderata thus far (taken from comments and emails, and in order of proposed implementation): Export CSV; Import CSV; Photo upload (probably over-ride the Gravatar, but show a note that there is a Gravatar?); Custom fields; I’ll also be refactoring most of the code while […]
Bugfix release 1.1 for Addressbook is now available from the WP plugin repository. I’ll get to the outstanding feature requests soon, I promise (feel free to hassle me here though — and don’t email me, it doesn’t work).
[This post was about version 0.9, but I’ve sorted out a major bug, and added Gravatars, and because my daft consecutive version numbering system was up to it, I’ve had to release Version One twenty minutes after 0.9; I didn’t see the point of writing a whole new post.] I’ve added support for the hCard […]
Sorry about my long silence on the coding front; the new version of the address book plugin is now available. You can download it from the official WordPress plugin repository.
I have been ignoring this blog lately, I know. I’ve just been rather annoyed with WordPress, to tell the truth, and have been off playing in PmWiki at my own little place under archives.org.au. So, sorry, no exciting updates from Life At IBM (ha! as if there ever was!) Anyway, I’ve just released the latest […]
This is a minor release in which I have added a field for miscellaneous notes. Download it now from the WordPress site. Please leave bug reports, comments, and suggestions below.
Moving Addressbook to WordPress’ Subversion repository (and changing things to conform to the standard plugin guidelines) meant that a few links got broken, and I’ve only just had time to fix things. So, I apologise to anyone who got a broken copy; download the new one and all should be well. As always, comments (bugs, […]
I have finally got around to registering the Addressbook plugin on wordpress.org. From now on, I will use the Subversion repository there for managing the plugin, and not this site; I will still post update announcements here, though. See wordpress.org/extend/plugins/addressbook for the latest version and other information. The version that I have just put up […]
Addressbook v.0.4 is now available. A major bug with the editing function has been fixed, and a user-requested new feature introduced. You can now embed an addressbook list into your posts or pages. Insert <addressbook /> wherever you want a semantically-markedup list of your addresses to appear. You can change the look of the list […]